PS4 Slim Gold Edition to arrive next week for $250

A Sony PlayStation video game logo is seen at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, in Los Angeles, California. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson/Files

After a leaked photo showing its packaging last week, the PlayStation 4 (PS4) Slim Gold Edition gets another leak. This time around, the information virtually confirms its arrival taking place next week.

Twitter user Wario64 posted on his account an image of a weekly ad from retailer Target for the week of June 11. The ad contained an image of the gold console that is also tagged as “limited.” Furthermore, the ad also included its price tag of $249.99.

In addition, the ad also revealed other key details of the console like its 1TB capacity and a PS4 DualSchock controller. The ad also showed other items for the week of June 11 such as the Nintendo Switch Bundle priced at $299.99. It will also come with the video game ARMS tagged at $59.99 for the Switch console.

Meanwhile, Gamespot said that Sony has not yet confirmed the details of the PS4 Slim Gold Edition’s release date. Target already has a history of leaking some huge PlayStation news in the past, like the PS4 dropping its price in 2015.

A report from NeoGAF also confirms that Target will have other deals slated for June 11. Some of the deals include “Mass Effect: Andromeda” and “Horizon Zero Dawn,” which will both go for $40 each. Moreover, there are also rumors that “NBA 2K17,” “Grand Theft Auto,” and “Battlefield 1” will go on sale for $30.

In other PlayStation news, Sony recently revealed the free games for the PlayStation Plus for the month of June. The lineup is led by “Life is Strange” and “Killing Floor 2.” Meanwhile, “Neon Chrome” and “Spy Chameleon” will both be available on PS4 and PS Vita. “Abyss Odyssey” and “WRC 5: World Rally Championship” round out the lineup. They are going to be available for free on PS3.

There are over 26.4 million PlayStation Plus subscribers by the end of 2016, according to PlayStation Lifestyle.